Whatever secret Clint is hiding, it's changed him. And it's about to change Sherry, sweeping her and Clint into a terrifying whirlpool of pursuit and intrigue - one where death and deliverance teeter on a razor edge of circumstance that can either restore or forever destroy Sherry's faith not only in Clint, but in others, and perhaps in God himself.
Blind Trust is part of the Second Chances series by award-winning suspense novelist Terri Blackstock. Combining fast-paced reading with realistic characters and situations, Second Chances takes readers to where the conflict between good and evil becomes the proving grounds of faith.
©1997 Terri Blackstock; (P)2008 Zondervan
I cannot imagine any adult thinking this storyline would be believeable, characters have no depth and whine incessantly.
I've enjoyed many of Terri Blackstock's book and was very excited to see so many on Audible.com. The characters of the story were not believeble and the storyline was too predictable.
ANYBODY! Kris Faulkner did a fairly good job with When Dreams Cross..
While I understand this book is a work of fiction, it does not compare to the other books that this author has written!
YES! This story had drama, emotion, good character development, a well thought out story line and you really felt drawn into the story.
mix of drama and then growing relationships with main characters.
She did a good job with the voices, even the male voices. They were distinguishable from one another. I liked Clint.
Clint was honest, trustworthy and put God and his plan above himself. This is an admirable quality.
Great read or listen. Author did a wonderful job with this book.
No - story was preditable and narrator was very difficult to listen to
Story was to sappy and was a little to hard to believe
Narration was terrible - I read in a review before I purchased the book that narration was poor but purchased the book anyway. Narrators voice was annoying and when she tried to talk in male voices it was terrible.
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